Return to Headlines

College Board Recognitions

 

The College Board honors students for outstanding achievement on the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) in a number of recognition programs.

Students considered for the African American Recognition Program must identify as Black or African American (including African and Afro-Caribbean origin) and be permanent residents of the United States or a United States Territory. 

Students selected for the National African American Recognition include:

Allana Strong-Freedom High School

Amare Coleman-Freedom High School

Ben Brown-Freedom High School

Michael Jenkins-Freedom High School

Esther-Faith Allen, Potomac Falls High School

Emmanuel Ampeh, Potomac Falls High School

Victoria Brown, Potomac Falls High School

Elias Mengistu, Potomac Falls High School

Constance Daviage, Stone Bridge High School

Students considered for the Hispanic Recognition Program must identify as Hispanic or Latinx and be permanent residents of the United States or a United States territory. 

Students selected for the National Hispanic Recognition include:

Isabella Koch, Freedom High School

Christy Vilcas, Freedom High School

Jacob Reidy, Independence High School

Paulette Freixas, Independence High School

Angelica Franco Brito, Potomac Falls High School

Luis Ruano-Campos, Potomac Falls High School

Pedro Gamboa-Robles, Park View High School

Esteban Cifuentes Coyoy, Park View High School

Marc Boyer, Stone Bridge High School

Evan Gregory, Stone Bridge High School

Mario Suarez, Stone Bridge High School

Students considered for the Indigenous Recognition Program must identify as Alaska Native, Native American, or Native Hawaiian.

Students selected for the National Indigenous Recognition include:

Eden Knapp, Freedom High School

Joseph Ungerleider, Independence High School

 

 

 

 

Published October 1, 2021